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liqueō licuī, —, ēre

LIQV-, to be fluid ; see 1 liquens.—Fig., to be clear, be manifest, be apparent, be evident (only third pers. sing .): de deis habere, quod liqueat: corpus esse liquebat, O.: liquet mihi deierare non vidisse, etc., I am free to swear , etc., T.—With non, it does not appear, is not evident, is doubtful : non liquere dixerunt (iudices): cum causam non audisset, dixit sibi iiquere.

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